German Reading Project: Die Tribute Von Panem by Suzanne Collins, chapter 27

And here we are, at the end of everything.

It’s been a good, four month journey, and I have learned many things that have actually really helped my German along. The last words I liked the most are perhaps apt for the Hunger Games as a whole, and the world Collins (and her translators, Sylke Hachmeister and Peter Klöss) describe.

verschnörkelt: baroque, ornate

schmuddelig: grubby

Here’s to the next German book!

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